Student Population & Information

Amarillo College Student Demographics 2018

    • 71% First-Generation College Student
    • 57% Part-Time
    • 55% Minority
    • 65% Female
    • 52% Transfer Focus
    • 59% Utilize Financial Aid

Rates of Students Earning a Grade of A, B, or C – 2014 – 2018

    • 108% Increase in Overall Students
    • 110% Increase in Hispanic Students
    • 112% Increase in African-American Students

Completion of Degrees and Certificates Rates – 2010 – 2018

    • 153% All Students
    • 269% Hispanic Students
    • 188% African-American Students

Labor Market Demands & Degree Alignment – 2014 – 2024

    • 124% Projected Growth – Healthcare | Degrees: Nursing, EMT, etc.
    • 115% Projected Growth – Logistics | Truck Driving
    • 114% Projected Growth – Education | Child Development
    • 112% Projected Growth – Information Technology | Business Management, Coding
    • 110% Projected Growth – Environmental Science | Horticulture

The degree & certificate completion goal of Amarillo College is 70% by 2020.

Amarillo College By The Numbers

  • Enrollment by Campus – Fall 2018
    • East Campus (Technical Trades) – 253
    • West Campus (Healthcare Careers) – 1206
    • Washington Street (Transfer Majors) – 4712
    • Hereford Campus – 227
    • Dumas Campus – 349
    • Distance Education – 3075
  • Downtown Campus is used by the area business community to conduct large trainings, events, and seminars.
  • 196 Full-Time Faculty
  • 708 Adjunct Faculty
  • 457 Full-Time Staff Employees
  • 178 Part-Time Staff Employees

Did You Know

  • Amarillo College has 40 student organizations and clubs based on various interests, fields of study and common causes.
  •  Amarillo College partners with students at West Texas A&M competing in Intramural Sports.
  •  Amarillo College average tuition is $1,068 per semester for a full-time student.  The average cost of an education at public universities in Texas is $5,545 per semester.
  •  The Amarillo College Foundation provides students $1,052,533 annually in scholarships. *2016-2017
  • Amarillo College has divided two long semesters into accelerated 8-week terms for students.
  •  Amarillo College provides free advising, tutoring, career services, disability services as well as an advocacy and resource center.  
  •  West Texas A&M, Baylor, Texas Tech and University of North Texas, University of Texas at Arlington partner with Amarillo College for continuity of transfer programs.
  •  90.7% of Amarillo College graduates are employed and/or enrolled in a four-year institution the following fall.
  • With a Hispanic enrollment of 40.8%. Amarillo College is designated as a Hispanics-Serving Institution (HIS) by the U.S. Department of Education.  
  •  Amarillo College trains 100 % of the area’s EMTs, 95% of the area’s Dental Hygienists and 90% of the area’s Medical Laboratory Technologists.

Early Voting Information

  • Last Day to Register – April 4, 2019
  • Early Voting Begins – April 22, 2019
  • Early Voting Ends – April 30, 2019
  • There will be no weekend early voting.
  • Ballot by mail applications must be received by April 23, 2019.

Early Voting Locations, Dates and Hours –
Residents of Randall County

Early Voting Locations, Dates and Hours –
Residents of Potter County

May 4, 2019 Election Day Vote Centers – Randall County

  • Comanche Trail Church of Christ
    • 2700 E. 34th
      Amarillo, TX 79103
  • Randall County Justice Center
    • 2309 Russell Long Blvd
      Canyon, TX 79015
  • Southwest Church of Christ
    • 4515 Cornell
      Amarillo, TX 79109
  • Central Baptist Church
    • 1601 SW 58th
      Amarillo, TX 79110
  • Oasis Southwest Baptist
    • 8201 Canyon Drive, Amarillo, TX  79110
  • Randall County Annex
    • 4320 S. Western
      Amarillo, TX 79110
  • Coulter Road Baptist Church
    • 4108 S. Coulter, Amarillo, TX 79109
  • Redeemer Christian Church
    • 3701 S. Soncy
      Amarillo, TX 79121
  • Region 16 Education Center
    • 5800 Bell Street
      Amarillo, TX 79109
  • Arden Road Baptist
    • 6701 Arden Road,
    • Amarillo, TX 79109

May 4, 2019 Election Day Vote Centers – Potter County

  • Amarillo Auto Supply & Off Road
    • 3601 Amarillo Blvd. East, Amarillo, TX  79107
  • Buzula Furniture Outlet
    • 716 W I-40, Amarillo, TX  79102
  • Casey Carpet One
    • 3500 I-40 West Frontage Road, Amarillo, TX 79102
  • Chaparral Hills Church
    • 4000 W. Cherry, Amarillo, TX  79108
  • Don Harrington Discovery Center
    • 1200 Streit Dr., Amarillo, TX  79106
  • The Church at Bushland
    • 1800 FM 2381, Bushland, TX  79012
  • Grace Community Church
    • 4111 Plains Blvd., Amarillo, TX  79108
  • Highland Park ISD Admin. Bldg
    • 15300 E. Amarillo Blvd, Amarillo, TX  79108
  • Hillside Christian Church NW
    • 600 Tascosa Rd., Amarillo, TX  79124
  • Kids, Inc.
    • 2201 SE 27th,Amarillo, TX  79103
  • Lighthouse Baptist Church
    • 5631 Pavillard, Amarillo, TX  79108
  • Pride Home Center
    • 3503 NE 24th,Amarillo, TX  79107
  • Second Baptist Church
    • 419 N. Buchanan, Amarillo, TX  79107
  • United Citizens Forum
    • 901 N. Hayden, Amarillo, TX 79107
  • Valle de Oro Fire Station
    • 23801 FM 1061, Valle de Oro, TX  79010
  • Wesley Community Church
    • 1615 S. Roberts, Amarillo, TX  79102